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O'Reilly Attacks Media Matters With Two Conservatives

I have no problem with Bill defending himself against what he believes are attacks against his (cough) good name. Then he puts on Jacob Laksin of Fron

I have no problem with Bill defending himself against what he believes are attacks against his (cough) good name. Then he puts on Jacob Laksin of Frontpagemag and Todd Manzi from Human Events, two uber-conservatives to opine to his audience about how bad liberal groups are and how the media just regurgitates whatever stories they print. That's sure fair and balanced Bill. O'Reilly is one of the biggest cowards I have ever seen; a millionaire who can't take any criticism. Please Bill, you know the saying so get out of the kitchen already. He constantly gets on his soap-box when somebody he takes issue with refuses to come on his show, but ducks Media Matters whenever they want to go on The Factor to defend themselves. I'll have the video up late tonight.

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